Nomos Launches Tangente Bauhaus Centennial Limited Watch

In 1919, the world famous Bauhaus School of Art and Design was established in Weimar, Germany. Despite its closure in 1933, the Bauhaus had an important influence on 20th-century design. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, NOMOS launched the Tangente 100-year limited edition watch.

 The NOMOSTangente Bauhaus Centennial Collection contains a total of 9 watches with different themes. The new watches are made of stainless steel and are available in 33mm, 35mm and 38mm sizes, each with three dial options. The dial is in sketch paper color, with a matte yellowish tint, and the minute circle is decorated with three primary colors of red, blue or yellow. It is also equipped with black hands and transfer hour markers for a simple and low-key look.

 Each of the 9 watches is limited to 100 pieces, and the solid steel cover on the case back is engraved with an exclusive limited number. On Thursday, August 23, NOMOS will open the Tangente Bauhaus 100-year limited edition reservation on the official website.

NOMOSTangente Centennial Bauhaus
Diameter: 33 mm, 35 mm, 38 mm
Thickness: 6.4 mm (33 mm), 6.2 mm (35 mm), 6.6 mm (38 mm)
Material: Stainless steel
Color: sketch paper with blue, red or yellow accents
Time scale: Arabic numerals or stick scale
Hands: Black oxidized
Fluorescence: None
Water resistance: 30 meters
Chain strap: Black Holvin premium Cordova horse leather strap
Movement: NOMOSAlpha
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds
Diameter: 23.3 mm
Thickness: 2.6 mm
Power reserve: 43 hours
Winding: manual
Vibration frequency: 3 Hz (21,600 times / hour)
Number of gems: 17
Stop-second mechanism, adjusted in six positions, blue steel screws and rhodium-plated bridges
Price: $ 1,660 (33 mm), $ 1,800 (35 mm), $ 1,930 (38 mm)
Listing: Thursday, August 23, opens reservations on the official website; expands to authorized retailers later this month
Limitation: Each model is limited to 100 pieces (900 pieces in total)